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The Disposition of the Father in the Atonement of the Son | Jesse Morrell

THE DISPOSITION OF THE FATHER IN THE ATONEMENT OF THE SON We should not view the atonement as God the Father being so angry with mankind that He is about to send them all to hell eagerly, but then the … Continue reading

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“My atonement is more substitutionary than yours” – Vicarious Substitutionary Atonement – Penal vs Governmental | Jesse Morrell

THE GOVERNMENTAL VIEW IS MORE SUBSTITUTIONARY THAN THE PENAL THEORY If you deserve penalty and Christ took that penalty, that is only one substitution – Christ is your substitute in suffering the penalty you deserve. But if the atonement substitutes … Continue reading

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What is Imputed Righteousness? Justification by Faith rather than Works of the Law | Jesse Morrell

IMPUTED RIGHTEOUSNESS The Bible says our faith is imputed as righteousness, not that Christ obeyed the law for us and that His obedience is imputed to us for us to be justified. That would be justification by works of the … Continue reading

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Does John 3:16 Teach Limited or Unlimited Atonement? Jesse Morrell | Theology

“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16 Calvinists try to argue that John 3:16 does not actually teach an unlimited … Continue reading

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